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S listings of Popular Herbs ✵S listing of popular herbs gives an introduction to herbs: Saffron, Sage, St. John's Wort, Salvia, Sarsaparilla(Smilax sarsaparilla), Savory, Saw Palmetto, Schisandra, Scullcap, Selenium, Senega Root, Senna, Sheep's Sorrel, Shiitake Mushroom, Silybum marianum, Slippery Elm, Soapwort, Spearmint, Spirulina, Squaw Vine.

 ✵There are Totally [11] kinds of herbs, [1] kinds of green alga, [1] kinds of essential trace element, [12] kinds of related plant species, [2] kinds of related fungus species, are recorded and introduced, till the date April 5th, 2022.

A-to-Z listings of Popular Herbs.

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  Among above herbs, Silybum marianum is introduced in Milk Thistle, Saffron, Salvia, Schisandra, Scullcap, Polygala senega, Senna, Spearmint, are introduced in TCM herbalism.

 Sage Brief Introduction: Sage is a small, shrubby evergreen perennial plant, it is cultivated around the world, Salvia officinalis L. and Salvia lavandulaefolia Vahl are the most commercially important. The grayish-green leaves are used medicinally, the volatile oil is produced through steam distillation.more introduction to Sage

St. John's Wort.

 St.Johns Wort Brief Introduction: Hypericum perforatum is a shrubby perennial, indigenous to Europe and an aggressive weed in western North America and Australia, it has striking, bright yellow star-shaped flowers. The fresh or dried flowering tops are used medicinally.more introduction to St.Johns Wort

Sarsaparilla(Smilax sarsaparilla).

 Sarsaparilla:Smilax sarsaparilla Brief Introduction: Sarsaparilla is a perennial vine native to tropical America and the West Indies. There are several related species. The medicinal preparations are made from dried rhizomes and roots.more introduction to Sarsaparilla


 Savory Brief Introduction: Summer savory is the fresh or dried plant harvested during the flowering stage.Common herbal classics defined the herb Savory as the leaves and stems of the species (1).Satureja hortensis L.(2).Satureja montana. They are plant species of the Mentha genus, the Lamiaceae family. The dried fruit and essential oil from the ripe fruit are used medicinally. more introduction to Savory

Saw Palmetto.

 Saw Palmetto Brief Introduction: The herb is used by Native Americans to promote strength, Saw Palmetto berries have become one of the principal natural choices in the treatment of an enlarged prostate. The berries are regarded by some people as an aphrodisiac and are also used to treat a range of endocrine imbalances in both men and women, as well as being a general tonic. The dark, olive-sized fruit is picked when ripe, then partially dried and used medicinally. Saw Palmetto has been historically used as a treatment for prostate enlargement and chronic cystitis as well as a mild diuretic.more introduction to Saw Palmetto

 Selenium Brief Introduction: Selenium is an essential trace element present in all body tissues. Selenium is a necessary or essential trace element for the human body to function properly, it is used by the body as a cofactor in inhibiting the oxidation of lipids, and as an antioxidant. Selenium deficiency is usually in individuals with alcoholic cirrhosis, symptoms are muscle pain, abnormal nail beds, and cardiomyopathy.more introduction to Selenium
Senega Root.

 Senega Root Brief Introduction: The plant is native to the woodlands of eastern North America. It has lance-shaped leaves and clusters of small whitish-green to pinkish flowers topping upright stems. The twisted roots and rootstock are used medicinally once dried.more introduction to Senega Root

Sheep's Sorrel.

 Sheeps Sorrel Brief Introduction: The above ground parts of this low-growing perennial are used medicinally. Its flowering spikes are topped with modest green flowers that turn red with the ripening of the seeds; the leaves are arrow-shaped.more introduction to Sheeps Sorrel
Shiitake Mushroom.

 Shiitake Mushroom Brief Introduction: Shiitake mushroom is a flavorful brown fungus, it has a flat brown cap that develops cracks as it dries. Both the cap and the stem are used medicinally, as is lentinan, a complex polysaccharide first isolated from the mushroom in the 1970s.more introduction to Shiitake Mushroom

Slippery Elm.

 Slippery Elm Brief Introduction: The inner bark of this stately tree, native to the moist forest of eastern North America, is dried and used medicinally. The tree, recently ravaged by Dutch elm disease, has broad, toothed leaves. The slightly fragrant, gluelike, edible inner bark can be found beneath the deeply furrowed outer bark.more introduction to Slippery Elm


 Soapwort Brief Introduction: The solitary stem of this tall perennial gives rise to lance-shaped leaves and fragrant clusters of white to light lavender flowers. But it is primarily the plant's round, reddish-brown roots that are used medicinally and commercially. Although native to Europe and regions of Asia, soapwort can now be found growing wild, often in pastures and roadsides, across the United States.more introduction to Soapwort

 Spirulina Brief Introduction: Spirulina is a blue-green alga, it is collected from freshwater lakes and ponds by harvesters, allow to dry, and then compress into a tablet, capsule, or powder form. It is also added to "health" or "green" drinks, usually notable for their intense green color.more introduction to Spirulina
Squaw Vine.

 Squaw Vine Brief Introduction:  This creeping evergreen perennial is native to woodlands and dry areas of eastern and central North America. Its rounded, shiny leaves have white markings. Long stems bear pairs of fragrant, fringed white flowers that merge to form a single bright red berry. The leaves and stems are used medicinally.more introduction to Squaw Vine


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